Here we present to you 5 travel apps that will make a holiday easier in many ways. We hope you enjoy them and have a great trip!
The CovPass app is best suited to verify your up to date vaccine, proof of recovery or a negative Corona test. Those who value a warning in case of a risk encounter with an infected person should choose the Corona-Warning-App. The warning system is supported by many countries in the EU and also provides appropriate information abroad.
With the Travel Spend app you can keep track of your expenses and your budget online and offline. Foreign currencies are automatically converted, your spending data is visualised and synchronised in real time. When travelling with friends or family, you can invite them to use it and organise the budget together. This way, you can always have an overview of whether and who owes whom something. In addition, you can link the locations of your expenses so that they are displayed on a map. For expense reports, the expense data can easily be exported to a CSV file.
The Duty and Travel app of the Federal Ministry of Finance provides all important information on importing goods from abroad. Using the built-in duty calculator, you can enter the quantity of your imported goods and receive a request to report the goods to customs as soon as the permissible quantity is exceeded. What is especially helpful is the immediate calculation of the import duties that have to be paid in this case.
Guides by Lonely Planet is a city guide app with clearly structured information and insider tips on sights, shopping and restaurants in more than 8,000 cities worldwide. You can also download the maps that you might need and use them offline. It also has some other handy integrated features such as a currency converter, over 10,000 useful phrases in 19 different languages, and the option to bookmark things.